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Old 05-07-2014, 02:21 PM   #11
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True. I actually never considered that as I'm used to the frames being the firearm.


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i have shot couple of the older steel framed Rugers in the past, but when i finally decided to buy one, i bought the Mark III 22/45 Target Model. have been pleased with it ever since i got it home and shot it.

i would still like to have an older steel framed Mark II at some point. there was one version they oofered that had a 9" target barrel that was pretty cool that i liked. i haven't seen too many like that one.

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AFAIK, the only difference between the two is grip angle.

On a personal note, I have a scoped stainless steel MKII with the

6-3/4" slabside barrel. It's a favorite plinker, and a great

varminter. Minute of ashtray out to 80 yards.

Just got Hogues, don't have to sweat scratching up the

wood grips anymore. My favorite 22LR.

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I have two, one all steel like therewolfs, another with a light alloy frame (aftermarket). Ran several back-to-back shooting contests - it's a tie.

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